As is true with all literary reports, as always, it is ideal to do so with a grain of salt for now – but it is well worth pointing out that if that were true, it would not be entirely out of the blue.
Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick talked about the way they may begin prioritizing matches which could launch later on, this past year.
Within the last ten years, the frequency with which Rockstar sets games out has really gone down, with new releases coming in the studio generally being divided from three or four decades (and being limited to one of 2 franchises- Grand Theft Auto and Red Dead Redemption).
This creation, in actuality, watched Rockstar releasing just one brand new game — which has been Red Dead Redemption two (what with GTA 5 initially having coming out on PS3 and Xbox 360).
Obviously, those products’ standard speaks for itself, Rockstar took to find these games and it clear – but that may be about to shift.
As per Rockstar’s parent firm Take-Two Interactive is forcing them to come back to a version that sees them releasing and making games.
Such as they used to years past although this is something which will harm the prospects of franchises such as GTA and Red Dead possessions such as Manhunt, Midnight Club, or Bully will get chances from Rockstar.